Identity-based offices unite under new name to offer greater student support
The Centers for Student Equity, Empowerment and Belonging combines six existing offices; Asian and Asian American Center, Gender Equity Resource Center, LGBT Resource Center, Office of Spirituality and Meaning-Making, First-Generation and Low-Income Student Support andUndocumented/DACA Student Support, along with two new 2023 additions; Black Student Empowerment and Latinx Student Empowerment.
Join us for the BEAR Walk!
Please join us in front of the Schwartz Center in Collegetown for a Community Fair on Freedom with Responsibility!
New name for Women’s Resource Center reflects expanded support
As part of an ongoing goal to better meet the needs of both women and students who identify outside the gender binary, The Women’s Resource Center was renamed the Gender Equity Resource Center on August 7, 2023.
Big Red Buddies support learning in Head Start classrooms
Students in the Big Red Buddies program volunteer their time to assist in classrooms with the Tompkins County Early Head Start and Head Start program, which promotes healthy child development and education for low-income families.
ILR students help NYC area organizations, gain experience
Twelve undergraduates, all ILR majors, took part in the first High Roads Fellowship program to take place in New York City. During the nine-week session, the fellows gained work experience assisting organizations in the NYC region.
‘Be curious, not judgmental,’ Pollack tells new Cornellians
There is no better place than Cornell to feed and grow a curious mind, students heard at Convocation.
Cornell reaches highest-ever spot in Princeton Review's campus food rankings!
Our high rating comes from student surveys, and reflects Cornell Dining's commitment to serving high-quality foods that are healthy and creatively prepared with genuine care for a diverse community.
An Open Letter to Freshman Year Me: 5 Lessons I Learned in College
Justin Lowe ’23 reflects on the lessons he’s learned from his four years as an undergrad at Cornell.
Cornell welcomes new, returning students to campus
Aug. 14 will kick off a week of welcome events for students and their families.
Cornell Cares: Making a difference in your hometown
Twice a year, Cornellians gather to do acts of service through Cornell Cares. This summer’s activities ranged from park cleanups in Pittsburgh, to painting a youth center in Denver, to helping out local food banks in Chicago.
Jon Lindseth '56 climbs the Lindseth Climbing Wall
Jon Lindseth '56 climbs the Lindseth Climbing Wall during the Cornell Outdoor Education (COE) 50th anniversary celebration in July. COE is now the largest collegiate outdoor education program in the country.
Engaged Opportunity Grants fund projects from Tompkins to Tanzania
With funding from the Einhorn Center for Community Engagement, teams of Cornell faculty, staff and community partners are creating new community-engaged learning opportunities for undergraduates.
Cornell's Dustin Cutler honored with NACUFS distinguished service award
Dustin Cutler, Cornell's Senior Executive Director for Dining, Retail & Print Services and previously Executive Director of Cornell Dining, was recognized today with the Regional Ambassador’s Distinguished Service Award for the Northeast Region at this week's National Conference of the National Association of College & University Food Services.
Serve in Place grants offer international experiences
With support from a Serve in Place Fund grant from the Einhorn Center for Community Engagement, Denise Rose worked with other Cornell students on a study of mental health in India through the Cornell-Keystone Nilgiris Field Learning Summer Program.
Career Development Toolkit wins national award for technology excellence
Cornell Career Services is the college winner of the 2023 NACE Award for Technology Excellence for its Career Development Toolkit.
Student veteran celebrates July Fourth as a new citizen
Andy Shin ’23, M.P.A. ’25, gained citizenship in November after 12 years in the U.S.; he'll celebrate his first Independence Day as a citizen with fellow student veterans.
Cornell Dining Chefs come up big at the ACF Chef Culinary Conference!
Once again, Cornell Dining Chefs did well at the ACF Culinary Competition at UMass Amherst.
Cornell Dining wins 2023 Gold Medal for Best Residential Dining Facility in the prestigious Loyal E. Horton Awards
We're delighted to report that Cornell Dining has won the 2023 Gold Medal for best Residential Dining Facility in the NACUFS Loyal E. Horton Awards, for our new flagship dining room, Morrison Dining!
Cornell lands atop Spokin's 2023 list of Food Allergy-Friendly Colleges
For years, Cornell Dining has led the way in labeling for major food allergens, training our staff in safe food handling, and offering allergy-friendly options all over campus, and we're proud to say Cornell University has been named #1 on Spokin's listing of Top 100 Food Allergy-Friendly Colleges for 2023.
First class of Kessler Scholars at Cornell succeeded with community and support.
Kessler Scholars Program seniors from the Class of 2023 represent the first graduating cohort in the program at Cornell.
Celebrating our 2023 Graduating Seniors
2023 Graduating Seniors reflect on their time at Cornell and within Student & Campus Life.
1,370 days of a Cornell undergrad
Amanda Levey '23 takes note of moments during her time at Cornell that helped shape her student experience from Day 1 to 1,370 as a Cornellian.
Crucible of Transformation
Undergrad and Champion Athlete Sivasangari Subramaniam reflects on the profound impact her Cornell experience has had in forever shaping her identity and future.
JFK Award winner to mentor girls of color in STEM
Natalia Urbas ’23 received this year’s Class of 1964 John F. Kennedy Memorial Award. She will use the $15,000 award funding to support underrepresented minorities interested in pursuing careers in research and technology.
Connecting with Cornell Alumni: CUeLINKS and Cornell Dashboard
The Cornell alumni community spreads far and wide. Given the diverse range of industries alumni are involved in, connecting with individuals in career paths of interest can be an extremely valuable resource for current students. CUeLINKS and the Cornell Outcomes Dashboard are two key resources.